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Our Children in Old Scotland and Nova Scotia
Part II - Appendix - Friends willing to Receive Donations of Money or Clothing

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DONATIONS and subscriptions will be received and acknowledged by— Messrs. Morgan & Scott, office of Christian, 12, Paternoster Buildings, London.

The Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Messrs. Henry L. Fell & Bros., 303, Walnut Street,. Philadelphia, U.S.

Friends wishing to apply for the admission of a child from England to these Homes will please communicate with Rev. James Paterson, Minister of. Belgrave Presbyterian Church, Kent House, Wandsworth Common, London, who will also receive and acknowledge contributions of money or clothing.

Any friend desiring information, or wishing to help the work, is invited to apply to Mrs. Arbuthnot, Hon. Sec. Women’s Protestant Union, Plawhatch, East Grinstead.

Any friend wishing to apply for the admission of a child from Scotland to these Homes will please communicate with Miss Croall, The Children’s Home, Stirling, N.B.

Contributions of money and clothing will be received and acknowledged by Miss Auld, 62, Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, and Miss B. Thomson, St. Leonards, Wardie, by Edinburgh, who, on receipt of a post-card, will send for parcels, and from time to time forward them to Nova Scotia. These ladies will be happy to supply information in regard to the emigration of children to Nova Scotia.

Contributions received since the last number of "Our Children" appeared in 1889 :—

EDINBURGH.

April 8. Mrs. Murray, 13, Hatton Place, 13 boys’ shirts, 6 petticoats, 2 overalls, 2 pairs stockings.
Miss Kinnear. 17. Lyndoch Place, and friends, 30 articles clothing.
Miss B.
Thomson, 1 dozen pairs felt shoes.
Per Miss Steven The Shelter, 150, High Street,. 1 dozen knitted petticoats.
Dorcas Meeting, per Mrs. Murray, 13, Hatton Place, 3 large parcels clothing.
Grange F. Ch. Work Party, per Mrs.
Nixon, 1 dresses, 10 pianofores, 6 petticoats, etc.
Ditto, per Mrs. Cameron, 16, Strathearn Road. large parcel of clothing.
Miss Jersey, 1 chemise.
Per Miss Auld, 62, Northumberland Street— Mrs. Ramsay, 5, Charlotte Square, £1.
Juvenile Missionary Society, £1.
Children
of Mrs. Jordan Douglas, Barremount,.

1889. EDINBURGH.

Mrs. Walter, St. Andrews, 10s.
Miss Dickson, Saxe Coburg Place, 10s.
Mrs. Bryson, clothing.
Mrs. Adington, dresses.
Miss Dickson, Saxe Coburg Place, 20 yards tweed.
Drumbarrow Sewing Class, per Miss P. Bairnsfather, large parcel of clothing and bed quilts.
May. J. C. Durward, Esq., Whinfield, Galashiels, £2.
June. Mrs. Creeke, several large parcels of clothing.
July. Miss Byres, Ellon, £1.
Aug. Mrs. Byres and Miss Fiddes. £1.
Corstorphine F. Ch. Sunday School, £2 5s.
Nov. Mrs. Waldie, Trinity Road, £4.
Miss Dickson, Saxe Coburg Place, 10s.
Dec. Miss Thomson, St. Leonard’s, Wardie, £2.
Miss B. Thomson, from Granton Coffee House, £10.
Miss Auld, 62, Northumberland Street, quantity of clothing.
Messrs. Hodge, South Bridge, large quantity dress materials.
Miss Anderson and friends, dolls.
Misses Thomson, St. Leonard’s, Wardie, dolls and Christmas goods.
Miss Arnistrong, knitted cuffs.
B. Ardor, 5s.

1890.

Feb. 4. Miss Robertson, 28, Albany Street, £1.
7. Family at Earnock, 10s.
13. Miss Davidson, 5s.
20. Miss M. Robertson, 10s.
April 12. Samuel Dickson, Esq., 12, Castle Terrace, Edinburgh, £20.
14. Per Miss Auld, £3 10s.

1890.

Sept. 5. Mrs. and Miss Byres, Ellon, £2.
Oct. 15. Miss Dickson, Saxe Coburg Place, 10s. Nov. 20. Mr. Kay, per Rev. D. Taylor,

1891.

Mrs. Nixon’s Work Party, clothing.
Mrs. Watson, Stanmore Lodge, parcel of clothing.
Miss Jane Robertson, Earnock, parcel of clothing.
Miss Leishman, Linton Manse, parcel of clothing.
Anon., from Alloa, 7 dozen pairs of stockings.
Mrs. Stirling, Muiravonside House, Linlithgow. 1 dozen pairs stockings.
Jan. 1. Miss Thomson, St. Leonard’s, Wardie, £2.
Miss B. Thomson, St. Leonard’s, Wardie,
£1.
Feb. 7. Mrs. Murray, 13, Hatton Place, 10s.
Mrs. Russell, Kenly Green, St. Andrews, 10s.
Mar. 18. Mrs. Byres, Ellon, £12 10s.
May. Mrs. Watson, Stanmore Villa, 12 petticoats, 5 pairs stockings.
Mrs. Russell, Kenly Green, clothing.

1892.

Jan. Miss B. Thomson, 1 frock, 2 shirts, 2 pinafores, 2 pairs stays.
April 6. Mrs. Fremantle (don.), Hill House, Wimbledon, 10s.
23. Mrs. Byres, Ashlea, Ellon, Aberdeenshire, £1.
Miss Byres, ,, ,, ,,
£1.
Miss M. Robertson, 160, Union Street, Aberdeen, £1.
Miss Fiddes, 154, Union Street, Aberdeen, £5.
May 4. Mr. Thomas Marr. 57, Ingram Street, Glasgow. £3.
Mrs. Miles, Mount Park Manse, Biggar, box of hats and large bale of clothing.
May 4. Also from friends in Biggar—
Mrs. Robb, 5s.
Mr. Paul, £1.
Mrs. Mitchell, 10s.
Mrs. Kay, £1.
Mrs. Ovens, 2s. 6d.
Mrs. Kello, 5s.
May 12, Captain and Mrs. Stirling, 11, Harold Road, Upper Norwood, £5.
25. The Grange (Edin.) F. Ch. Work Party, per Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. Cameron, 16, Strathearn Road, large parcel clothing.
Mrs. Watson, 11, Hatton Place, large parcel clothing.
Mrs. Murray, 13, Hatton Place, large parcel clothing.
June. Mrs. Watson, 11, Hatton Place (Edin.), 10s.
Miss Auld, 62, Northumberland Street (Edin.), £1.
A. B. D., being a contribution from Toronto and Scotland, $5.
Miss Jessie Ramsay, 21, Blackwood Crescent
(Edin.), Christmas gift for a special case for three years, 15s.

To the above, and all those friends too numerous to mention, who have helped me in so many ways, I offer my most sincere and grateful thanks.

EMMA M. STIRLING.
June, 1892.


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